Charles Heusley Lovely of Advocate and Parrsboro

Just found this on the 1901 Census.

Sarah (Hall) Lovely was alive in 1901 at least but deceased by 1918. She may
possibly have died sometime before 1908 as she's not on the NSARM Cumberland
Vitals when deaths were starting to be recorded.

Automated Genealogy Version:
1901 Cumberland County Census, Parrsboro family #5, LOVEH [LOVELY]
20 5 Loveh Charles M Head M Jan 17 1865 36
21 5 Loveh Sarrah F Wife M Jun 28 1864 36
(Sarah Hall from Windsor)
22 5 Loveh Percy S. M Boarder S Apr 12 1887 13
(Orphaned 1st Cousin)
23 5 Loveh Maggie F Boarder S Sep 17 1890 10
(Orphaned 1st Cousin)
(Percy Leroy Lovely and Margaret ³Maggie² Lovely are c/o Luther Lovely and
Annie Elvira Crow)
NSARM Deaths; 1918; Book #39; Page #243; Entry #918
Charles Lovely, Widowed, Labourer, Parrsboro
Died 11 Aug 1918, age 53, Born Advocate Harbour, Salvation Army
Buried Methodist Cemetery, Parrsboro

Source: Dave Winter, 20 Dec 2012
Oxford, Cumberland County, Nova Scotia
Thursday, August 15, 1918
At Parrsboro, on Aug. 11th, CHAS. LOVELY aged 53 years.

Amherst Daily News, Tuesday, August 27, 1918, pg. #3; Reel #2644, NSARM,
Halifax, N.S.
OBITUARY: Charles Lovely
The death occurred at Parrsboro on Sunday, August 11th, of Charles Lovely
after a lingering illness. The deceased was 53 years of age and is survived
by one sister, Mrs. Mary Welsh, Fox River and one brother, Edward of
Advocate. The late Mr. Lovely was a man who was respected by all who knew
him on account of his kind and charitable disposition. The funeral took
place in the 13th inst from his home on Victoria St. and was largely
attended. The service was conducted by the Rev. A. Daniel assisted by Capt.
Boulton of the Salvation Army. The floral offerings were many and beautiful.
The pallbearers were Mayor Salter, Messrs A.O. Seaman, Jules Choisnet and
Wm. Puddington. Interment was in the Methodist Cemetery.

Source: Dave Winter, 20 Dec 2012
Hants County Marriage Index:
Reel #16321, Entry #113, Page #21
Charles Heusley Lovely, 22, b; Living Windsor; Born Advocate; s/o Benjamin
and [D]Amy Lovely, Labourer
Sarah Hall, 22, s; Living Windsor, Born Windsor; d/o Charles and Catherine
Hall, Labourer
Married on 20 Dec 1888 at Windsor, N.S. by Rev. John Poleliaufton?,
Anglican Church.

Source: Dave Winter, 6 Oct 2013